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Autumn recipes to try – in this post I’m going to explore a few recipes that would be lovely and comforting after a busy autumn day.
I intend on trying these recipes, so when I do I`ll share the results on Instagram, please do pop over and take a look. If any of the recipes turn out really well and were easy to do, I’ll write a separate post explaining the full technique.
Some of these recipes will come from other bloggers sites and some will come from places such as BBC Food or All Recipes. If it’s another bloggers recipes I more than likely found it via Pinterest where I spend
hours a small amount of time searching for lovely things!
So let’s get cracking and dig into some yummy recipes!
Autumn Recipes – Breakfasts
from the site allrecipes.com
This recipe is a quick and simple recipe when I try this for our family I won’t drizzle the icing on as we prefer our cinnamon rolls just as they are.
I’m really excited about this particular recipes and will hopefully be trying it soon, I`ll put the results onto my Instagram page
Obviously, these don’t just have to be for breakfast, they also make a fabulous snack, especially after an afternoon in the park or shopping!
Porridge with Cinnamon
This isn’t something I’ve found online, this is something I pop together myself. Its so easy a cheap bag of porridge from the supermarket (you can pick up 1kg of porridge for less than £1 in most supermarkets). Make it as per the instructions and then either while making it or at the end, either way, works, add a sprinkle of cinnamon. I tend to use a teaspoon, not very heaped, just a “normal” teaspoons worth but you can adjust it to your taste. Start with less than you think and then you can add to it.
Autumn Recipes – Main Meals
from the site SkinnyMs.com
As soon as I saw this recipe I had to put it on my list of things to try. It looks amazing! I wish I could pop a photo of it into the post, but you`ll know what I mean when you pop over and take a look. Then once I’ve experimented with the recipe I will pop in a photo of my creation!
The ingredients are not too “faffy” and are mostly what you would find in an average pantry (store cupboard).
from the site Slimmingeats.com
I’ve wanted to try a soup recipe for a while now and again while browsing Pinterest I came across this one; I thought I had to give it a try.
I like to try and get as many healthy things hidden in a meal as possible because it’s not just my son whos not overly keen on vegetables, neither am I! However, if I have them mixed in with something I can normally enjoy them. So, I thought this dish would be perfect.
With it also having bacon in it, I guessed my husband would enjoy it too. He’s always happy to try my experiments no matter what they are, however I know he’s a lover of meat dishes so thought this met all our needs.
from the site Emnzest.com
We love these types of dishes in our house throughout autumn and winter. I think its the dumplings on the top that make it, especially these ones with all the herbs in, they are delicious with the main dish. All we do when we have a meal like this is add a few vegetables as a side. I’m definitely going to try this particular recipe, I’ve done various types of this dish but never this exact one so I’m looking forward to trying it.
Autumn Recipes – Sides
from the site Eatwell101.com
You will totally understand why I picked these if you like a jacket potato. They look amazing, I can’t wait to try them. I popped them down as a side but you could also have this as a light lunch or tea.
Autumn Recipes – Snacks/Desserts
from the site CarriesExperimentalKitchen.com
I’ve wanted to try something along these lines for a while now. Something like making our own crisps (chips in America). When I saw these I thought they sounded a little more intriguing than just plain ones.
Great for snacks, healthy and according to the post on Carrie’s site they are naturally gluten free too!
from the site WhatCorinneDid.com
I couldn’t do a post like this and not include my favourite ever autumn/winter dessert! I love apple crumble but at this time of year adding a bit of cinnamon makes it that little bit more seasonal.
I think that’s enough for now. I’m really looking forward to working these into our meal plan. I like to try and include at least one new to us recipe a week as we do like a good variety of dishes. It’s also good for little man to experience different things and tastes, he is quite fussy so I like to give him the opportunity to experiment.
Do you have a list of recipes to try and do you work in a new recipe weekly or monthly? Do you change your eating habits season to season? Id really love to know what you do, please do drop me a message.